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Mulberry Vale by Berkeley DeVeer

Romanby Road, Romanby, Northallerton, DL7

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Two, three and four bedroom homes at Mulberry Vale.

Nestled in the heart of North Yorkshire, Mulberry Vale lies in the vibrant market town of Northallerton. This stunning new development is just a short stroll from the High Street and the rest of Northallerton’s modern amenities, ideal for those who want the atmosphere and convenience of a busy town with the countryside on their doorstep.

Tucked in-between the North Yorks Moors to the east and the Yorkshire Dales to the west, Northallerton is the perfect springboard to enjoy the great outdoors. Well-connected to the centres of York, Leeds and Newcastle, city life isn’t far away either, making the two, three and four bedroom homes at Mulberry Vale ultimately desirable for those looking for modern living with a rural twist.
  1. Close to local amenities
  2. Countryside on your doorstep
  3. Modern living with a rural twist
  4. Well connected



Romanby Road, Romanby, Northallerton, DL7

Opening hours

If you are calling at a weekend please call Amy Gooder on 07715 643585

Local Information

Leisure Facilities

Northallerton sits centrally in the affluent Hambleton district of North Yorkshire, surrounded by a number of smaller towns, villages and hamlets. Established as a market town in the 13th century, it has a rich history of trade, transport and agriculture, and remains wellconnected with a busy railway station and the A1(M) creating links to the North and South.

The town itself acts as the administrative centre for North Yorkshire County Council, and a bustling market takes over the wide High Street every Wednesday and Saturday, knitting the community together. Whether it’s afternoon tea at Betty’s or a pint of fine Yorkshire ale at The Duke of Wellington pub, Northallerton will have you spoiled for choice. The Forum is the town’s cultural hub, hosting a variety of cinema, theatre and music events, and revered photographer Joe Cornish curates regular exhibitions at his own gallery in Register House.

More North Yorkshire charm isn’t far away, with several towns and villages, which boast that perfect combination of cultural intrigue and expansive countryside, worth a visit.

To the south, Ripon’s impressive seventh century cathedral stands proud on Minster Road, while to the north, Richmond’s cobbled streets are the gateway to the Yorkshire Dales.

If long walks take your fancy, then Mulberry Vale could not be better located. The breathtaking scenery of the North Yorks Moors is just fifteen minutes’ drive away; the park’s rich heather moorland and dense forest are home to some of the country’s best wildlife. Venture all the way across the moor to Britain’s east coast to discover Scarborough’s wonderful stretches of sand and Whitby’s award-winning fish and chips. Incredibly, Northallerton sits on the edge of not one, but two national parks, with the Yorkshire Dales just a thirty-minute drive in the opposite direction, offering a wealth of cultural heritage, recreational activities and even more stunning scenery.

Sporting pursuits are also in great supply in Northallerton. The local leisure centre features a large pool, sauna and fitness centre, while the great outdoors plays host to fishing and horse riding. If you prefer to stay out of the saddle, race meets at Ripon, York and Wetherby make for superb days out. On summer afternoons, local cricket matches are played out in the town but if it’s international stars you like to see at the wicket, regular one-day and test matches light up the Headingley ground in Leeds.

For a slice of the city life, head north to Newcastle and enjoy one of the impressive exhibitions at the Discovery Museum before wining and dining along the city’s thriving Quayside. York’s quaint streets also come to life in the evening, with the Theatre Royal and Grand Opera House serving up everything from cutting-edge comedy to Shakespeare classics.

For live music, Leeds is the ticket, with the recently opened First Direct Arena having seen the likes of Prince and Morrissey grace the stage and smaller, independent venues supporting up and-coming talent. Shopping opportunities are also rife with the impressive Trinity centre home to all the biggest brands.

Local Shopping

The monthly farmers’ market is unmissable for its range of fresh Yorkshire produce. A stroll around the town centre reveals an array of independent retailers and high street chains, as well as a host of great restaurants and welcoming pubs.


Primary Schools:
Applegarth Primary School
Upwell Road, Northallerton,
01609 773 521

Secondary Schools:
Allertonshire School
Galtres Road, Northallerton,
01609 772 888


Mowbray House Surgery
Malpas Road, Northallerton,
01609 760 002

Malpas House
11 S Parade, Northallerton,
01609 772 549

Nearest stations:

National Train Station logo Northallerton (0.1 miles)
Private Railway Station logo Leeming Bar (5.3 miles)

Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

Driving directions

Leave the A1(M) at junction 50 (signposted Ripon/Thirsk) before taking the second exit onto the A6055. Continue on the road for just over three miles before taking the second exit at the next roundabout to stay on the A6055 for another four miles. You will then come to a third roundabout where you will take the first exit, continuing on the A6055.

After two-and-a-half miles you will get to a fourth roundabout, where you take the first exit before taking a right onto Bedale Rd/A685 (after half a mile). Continue to follow the A684 for around five miles before taking a left onto the B1333, going through two roundabouts and the development will be on your left.



• Fitted kitchen units, worktops & splashback with stainless steel hob splashback
• Self closing drawer pack, soft closers to all unit doors & cutlery draw insert
• Brushed steel electric oven / gas hob (electric ceramic hob where applicable) /extractor chimney hood
• Integrated 50/50 fridge/freezer
• Inset sink 1.5 bowl & chrome monobloc tap
• Integrated dishwasher
• Integrated washer/dryer (not applicable if separate utility)
• Floor tiling to kitchen & breakfast area (excludes separate dining room)
• Chrome recessed downlighters
• Plinth lights & under wall unit lights

• Fitted kitchen units, square edged worktops
• Stainless steel inset sink single bowl & chrome tap
• Integrated washer/dryer
• Floor tiling
• Chrome recessed downlighters

Main Bathroom
• White sanitary ware with bath panel & full/semi basin pedestal (where applicable)
• Chrome single lever basin mixer with pop-up waste
• Thermostatic bath filler with pop-up waste & overflow
• Separate shower with thermostatic multivalve
• Ceramic wall tiling
• Floor tiling
• Chrome recessed downlighters

En-Suite 1
• White sanitary ware
• Chrome single lever basin mixer with pop-up waste
• Ceramic wall tiling
• Floor tiling
• Shower enclosure complete with glass door/chrome frame & thermostatic shower
• Chrome recessed downlighters
• Chrome heated towel rail

• White sanitary ware with semi basin pedestal
• Chrome single lever basin mixer with pop-up waste
• Ceramic wall tiling splashback
• Floor tiling
• Chrome recessed downlighters

Hall and Landing
• Chrome recessed downlighters
• Floor tiling - hall only
• Feature oak handrail complete with Oak newel post ball caps

• Gas fired central heating, radiators including thermostatic valves
• Digital room stats

• Telephone Point in Study
• Television socket, aerial point to Lounge, Bedroom 1 & Family room (If applicable)

Other Electrical
• Smoke detectors
• Intruder alarm system
• Front external lights (dusk till dawn sensors)
• Power / light to on plot garage /car port
• Brushed chrome switches & sockets throughout
• Front door bell

Internal and External Windows and Doors
• UPVC/ double glazed windows complete with chrome handles
• UPVC/ patio doors
• GRP front & rear doors
• Pre finished timber internal doors complete with chrome door furniture

• White emulsion to walls & white emulsion to ceilings.
• Painted woodwork
• Skirting,architrave complete with plinth & corner blocks
• 70mm architrave

External Features
• Fencing (refer to boundary types key plan)
• Timber fencing to rear gardens
• Picket fencing to front gardens
• Timber side gate to rear access
• Gravel to drives and parking areas
• Buff riven paving to rear patio & footpath (refer to site specific layout for details/colour)

• Front & rear garden turfed
• External tap

About Developer

Berkeley DeVeer is a highly respected builder of new homes that offers an innovative and diverse range of new build properties throughout the UK.

Our homes combine traditional design features with contemporary home comforts and we pride ourselves on our attention to detail and painstaking craftsmanship. We are insistent on meeting stringent standards and put quality above all else.

Over our 23 year history we have overseen the development of over 1000 homes and our current development portfolio consists of over 1200 plots. We have a dedicated allocation team whose sole purpose is to bring new sustainable development land through the unitary development plan (UDP) so we may continue to bring you homes of distinction for the foreseeable future.

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Call us on 01937 358033 or fill in the contact form below.

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